Canada, France deepen relations with plans to collaborate on hydrogen research, firefighter training


At a recent diplomatic meeting, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and French Prime Minister Gabriel Attal made several bilateral commitments to strengthen relations and address issues like climate change. As part of this meeting, the two leaders signed a memorandum of understanding to create the Franco-Canadian International Research Network (IRN) on hydrogen. The network will bring together universities from both countries to improve low-carbon-emission hydrogen production technologies. Canada and France will also co-operate on addressing forest fires through efforts that include firefighter training initiatives. “Canada and France will work together to create good jobs, take climate action, and build a better future for all those who call our countries home,” said Trudeau.

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